Question about HIV
Oct 24, 2000
Could HIV linger in your body without any antibodies show up on tests for years?
Response from Dr. Dieterich
Most people have antibody by 3 months after exposure, very rarely it can take 6 months, but that appears to be the outside window. If you are worried, get tested! Good luck! DTD
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